The older Dr. Maya Angelou gets, the more grateful she says she is. Find out why she says life at age 85 is better than ever, and hear what she's learned about aging brilliantly.
Guy Johnson is often asked what it's like to be Dr. Maya Angelou's son. He says he never felt as if he lived in her shadow. Instead, he lived in her light. Watch as Guy shares memories of his magnificent mother.
In this exclusive video, Oprah explains why she calls author and poet Dr. Maya Angelou the 'quintessential teacher,' and opens up about why she feels Dr. Angelou's love for life is so contagious.
Dr. Maya Angelou's wisdom has inspired countless people around the world, but what does she say is the best advice she's ever given? Find out what it is and to whom she gave it. Plus, get the best advice Dr. Angelou ever received.
The Soul to Soul Q&A continues with Dr. Maya Angelou! Find out what prayer means to her, where she feels most at peace and what she knows for sure.
Living legend Dr. Maya Angelou returns with even more life lessons about aging beautifully, new insights into her fascinating relationship with her mother, and a revelation that moves her to tears.
Dr. Maya Angelou says that in order to be the best human being you can be, you must follow one simple directive: 'Just do right.' Watch as Dr. Angelou reveals how you can never go wrong by doing what you truly believe in. Plus, find out why Dr. Angelou believes the world is getting better, and hear her advice for what we can do to keep moving it forward.
Dr. Maya Angelou says that if she thought of her life as a class, there would be a few things she would like to impart to the world. One is a statement by Terence that she is still studying at age 82: 'I am a human being; nothing human can be alien to me.' Find out why Dr. Angelou says taking that lesson to heart can unlock boundless potential in all of us.
Fine television chronicle of black writer Maya Angelou's memories of growing up in the Depression-era South.
A young woman's plans for marriage are complicated when she gets a crush on another man. As she wrestles with her decision, the women in her grandmother's quilting bee confide in her the romantic stories that shaped their lives.
Sad news to report - famed poet and author Maya Angelou has passed away at the age of 86. The author was recovering from an unnamed illness, and died in North Carolina. The St. Louis-native was Hollywood's first black female director, has over 30 honorary degrees and has been nominated for a Pulitzer, a Tony and an Emmy. On behalf of all of us here at CelebTV, our hearts go out to Maya's family and everyone who she's inspired.
How To Make An American Quilt starring Anne Bancroft, Alfre Woodard, Ellen Burstyn, Kate Nelligan, Maya Angelou, Winona Ryder
Dr. Maya Angelou is insufferable! Kathy explains in her special way.
Dr. Maya Angelou says the love of her mother, Vivian Baxter, encouraged her to live a life full of pizzazz. It was also that love that helped Dr. Angelou to become the first black streetcar conductor in San Francisco at age 16. Find out how her mother encouraged her to persevere.
Dr. Maya Angelou says that to describe her mother, Vivian Baxter, 'would be to write about a hurricane in its perfect power.' One particular story from Dr. Angelou's life brings that to light. Watch to find out how Vivian led the charge to rescue young Maya from an abusive boyfriend, who was holding her against her will for days.
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